Datos Insights Matrix: Front-to-Back Platforms

Buy-side firms are increasing demand for solutions that support front-to-back requirements.

Global buy-side front-to-back platform spending passed US$2.37 billion at the end of 2022. Shifting from the best-of-breed approach, buy-side firms are increasing demand for solutions that support front-to-back requirements, defined by its single provider, integrated solution, and often a single data model proposition.

This report evaluates the overall competitive position of 19 vendors, focusing on vendor stability, client strength, product features, and client services. This report profiles Adenza, Aladdin, Bloomberg, Broadridge, Enfusion, Finastra, Fundamental Software, JUMP Technology, LightPoint Financial Technology (LightPoint), Linedata, Murex, NeoXam, Numerix, Ridgeline, S&P Global Market Intelligence, SimCorp, SS&C Technologies (SS&C Aloha), SS&C Technologies (Eze-Geneva Platform), and State Street Corporation (State Street Alpha).

Clients of Datos Insights’ Capital Markets service can download this report.

This report mentions HUB, LightPoint, NeoXam, Numerix, and SS&C Technologies (Aloha).

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